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Is vanille en poudre vegan?

Vanille en poudre is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is vanille en poudre?

Vanille en poudre, or powdered vanilla, is a popular ingredient used in many culinary creations. This fine, fragrant powder is made from finely ground vanilla beans, lending a rich, sweet, and slightly floral flavor to baked goods, desserts, and beverages. Unlike liquid vanilla extract, powdered vanilla can be used in dry ingredients without adding unwanted moisture, making it a go-to ingredient for creating dry mixes and spice blends. Vanille en poudre is also prized for its ease of use and long shelf life, making it a pantry staple for bakers, pastry chefs, and home cooks alike.

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